Charles W. Marr
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Debut October 3, 1886
- Final Game September 23, 1891
- Born September 19, 1862 in Cincinnati, OH USA
- Died January 11, 1912 in New Britain, CT USA
Being left-handed was unusual for a player who appeared at third base in 129 games and at shortstop in 29. He is # 2 on the list of left-handed third basemen who played the most games, behind Hick Carpenter.
He led the American Association in triples in 1889. In spite of having a good season, on one day he made four errors, and Chris Von der Ahe accused him of throwing the game, which was not true. Source: Baseball in 1889: Players vs. Owners.
His obituary in the January 12, 1912 New York Times said that he was found dead in a hotel of unknown causes (later determined to be heart disease). He had played in the minors for Evansville, Syracuse and Montreal, and had also played for a "local team" in New Britain, CT.
- AA Triples Leader (1889)
- 100 Runs Scored Seasosn: 1 (1889)